Absolutely Truthful Arguments - the difference between absolute truth and relativism
"I have absolutely no right to be explaining philosophy," I declare.
You exclaim, "Absolutely!"
These above uses of 'absolutely' are a form of an intensity adverb and "emphatic agreement", respectively, and in society, the aforementioned uses would never be questioned because I have no background in philosophy, I have never taken a philosophy class, and all I know is that Plato's name is as notorious in college as play-dough is in elementary school (Sparkes 205). After researching philosophers and their beliefs, or lack of beliefs, in absolute truth, I have reasoned that the philosophical…
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